5/6 David Mitchell challenges Tony Hawks, Arthur Smith, Phill Jupitus and Catherine Tate.
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6/8 Iris dreams of hearing Pavarotti in concert, so Bernard tries to get tickets.
2/6 Trouble for the rural railway station's new manager, when he sacks a member of staff.
4/6 Can Jason patch up his love life with a last-chance date?
2/6 The rudest of awakenings for one particular pet and the positive side of stereotyping.
Will a visit to the pier pour cold water on the renovation plans?
Les Dawson presents the debut of comic discovery Justin Jest and a wonky piano sing-along.
1/6 Victoria Coren Mitchell challenges Mark Steel, Jessica Berens and Christopher Biggins.
2/6 How can landlady Alison avoid a courtship display without hastily inventing a hubby?
Fred hears how the new Met Office supercomputer will make a difference to people's lives.
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4/6 Phonsie urges Ballylenon to grab agritourism grants with both hands.
3/6 Featuring an awkward encounter at an interfaith conference.
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6/6 The week's stories cobbled together - uninformed, up to the minute, down to the dregs.
3/4 David Quantick presents stories about Tom Jones, Morrissey and Mrs Phyllis Pearsall.
1/4 George and Beverley feign their deaths to see how their children cope without them.
2/4 The player battles a case of libel based on an alleged encounter in a portable loo.